Is My Child Ready for Kindergarten?

Is My Child Ready for Kindergarten?

Registering your child for Kindergarten can be incredibly exciting. There’s just so much to look forward to! Your child will take their first steps towards learning in a formal environment, discovering new vocabulary words, learning about bigger numbers, experiencing...
Is My Child Ready for First Grade?

Is My Child Ready for First Grade?

The first day of first grade can be a significant moment for kids. Preschool and kindergarten are fully behind them, and the transition towards more rigorous academic-focused learning has begun.  But how can you be sure your child is ready for first grade? That’s the...
Developing the G and K Sounds

Developing the G and K Sounds

As toddlers grow, they become expert experimenters with all kinds of noises. Around the age of two, your kiddo will probably start testing out G and K sounds. This can be very exciting for parents! There’s a very specific and profound joy that comes from hearing your...
Developing D and T Sounds in Toddlers

Developing D and T Sounds in Toddlers

Most children will first develop the ability to articulate d and t sounds as toddlers–sometimes as young as 12 months. By the time your kiddo is four years old, they should be very comfortable producing the d and t sounds in most words. It’s always exciting when your...
Developing the M, B, and P Sounds

Developing the M, B, and P Sounds

Babies babble. It’s an adorable sound–just the thing that brings a smile to every (exhausted) parents’ lips. Before you know it, your time together will be filled with nonstop “goo”s and “gaa”s (not to mention a few “aww”s on your part).  Babbling isn’t just an...